Those of you familiar with the weird but kinda cool-looking JARD 68 pistol caliber carbine bullpup released in 2017 will be interested to learn that the Iowa-based company is offering up a new featureless model designed specifically for California residents.
Chambered in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP, the California-legal JARD J68 comes with an overall length of 30.25 inches with the pinned and welded extended brake and a featureless grip installed. The gun includes a 17-inch barrel and comes with a top Picatinny rail for accessories. It also utilizes a Target trigger and sports M-LOK compatible slots in the chassis.
The JARD J68 weighs in at 7.5 pounds in 9mm and features an ambidextrous bottom ejection, safety, magazine latch and charging handle. The gun is fed from Glock magazines.
Available in either black or tan, the featureless JARD J68 for California residents can be bought for $957.06. Once you throw in $22.85 for shipping and handling, you’re still coming in at under $1,000 for an odd, yet somehow appealing (and by all accounts very solid and reliable) pistol caliber carbine bullpup.
To learn more about the J68 and the other products JARD makes, head on over to jardinc.com. Watch the video below to see the standard J68 in action.
[h/t The Firearm Blog]
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